Multiple Intelligence
What intelligences are we talking about?

The following are the different kinds of intelligence.

    Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence
    • Listens and responds to the spoken word.
    • Enjoys reading, writing and debating.
    • Remembers what has been said.
    • Remembers what has been read.
    • Speaks and writes effectively.
    • Can learn other languages.

    Logical/Mathematical Intelligence
    • Is familiar with the concepts of quantity, time, cause and effect.
    • Uses abstract symbols to represent concrete objects and concepts.
    • Likes maths and using technology to solve complex problems.
    • Expresses interest in careers such as accounting, computer technology, law, etc.

    Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence
    • Prefers to touch, handle or manipulate what is to be learned.
    • Develops coordination and a sense of timing.
    • Learns best by direct involvement and participation.
    • Remembers most clearly what was done, rather than what was said or observed.

    Visual/Spatial Intelligence
    • Learns by seeing and observing.
    • Recognizes faces, objects, shapes, colours, details and scenes.
    • Thinks in pictures and visualizes detail.
    • Uses visual images as an aid in recalling information.
    • Enjoys doodling, drawing, painting, sculpting or otherwise reproducing objects in visible form.

    Musical Intelligence
    • Listens and responds with interest to a variety of sounds including the human voice, environmental sounds, music and organizes such sounds into meaningful patterns.
    • Is eager to be around and learn from music and musicians.
    • Develops the ability to sing and/or play an instrument.

    Interpersonal Intelligence
    Interpersonal Intelligence
      • Bonds with parents and interacts with others.
      • Forms and maintains social relationships.
      • Perceives the feelings, thoughts, motivations, behaviours and lifestyles of others.
      • Expresses an interest in interpersonally-oriented careers such as teaching, social work, counselling, management, or politics.

      Intrapersonal Intelligence
      Intrapersonal Intelligence
      • Is aware of his range of emotions.
      • Is motivated to identify and pursue goals.
      • Works independently.
      • Establishes and lives by an ethical value system.
      • Strives for self-actualization.

      Naturalist Intelligence
      Naturalist Intelligence
      • Recognizes and can name different types of trees, flowers and plants.
      • Has an interest in and has good knowledge of how the body works and keeps abreast of health issues.
      • Is conscious of tracks, nests and wildlife on a walk and can “read” weather signs.
      • Has an understanding of, and interest, in the main global environmental issues.

With the Dermatoglyphics analysis, you would be able to discover your
inborn intelligence empowering
yourself for future development.
Moreover, professional advices...

  • Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence
  • Logical/Mathematical Intelligence
  • Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence
  • Visual/Spatial Intelligence